Reviews by YoungArthur
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Rails & Ties (2007)My Movie Rating: 7 / 10
The Railway Children (2000)My Movie Rating: 7 / 10
Rang-e khoda (1999)
I can't find the words. I agree - it is indeed a masterpiece. Profoundly moving.My Movie Rating: 10 / 10
Ransom (1996)My Movie Rating: 8 / 10
Rascal (1969)My Movie Rating: 7 / 10
Ratcatcher (1999)My Movie Rating: 7 / 10
Ray Bradbury Theater (1985-1992)
Overall, an excellent series with many of the entries doing the unusual feat of visually capturing the mood and flavor of Bradbury’s writing. Several of his later stories were heavy on cheery bombast and light on story and the episodes based on these unfortunately reflect this.My Movie Rating: 8 / 10
David Ladd's shining boyishness is enough! A fine boy movie.My Movie Rating: 8 / 10
The Reflecting Skin (1990)My Movie Rating: 7 / 10
Respiro (2002)My Movie Rating: 7 / 10
Return to the Blue Lagoon (1991)My Movie Rating: 5 / 10
The Rifleman (1958-1963)
Fair western series, but mainly a showcase for wonderful young Johnny Crawford. But there were many touching father&son moments.
Am I REALLY the first one to review this, after all these years? ;)My Movie Rating: 7 / 10
The Ring (2002)My Movie Rating: 8 / 10
First rate psychological horror.My Movie Rating: 9 / 10
Riri Shushu no subete (2001)
Predictable rating from this old guy. This is a movie for younger, serious film buffs. For me, the movie as a whole makes a very strong argument against kids having access to internet chat rooms. And if I want to watch jerky, amateur camera action I will go to Youtube.My Movie Rating: 6 / 10
The River Wild (1994)My Movie Rating: 8 / 10
The River (1984)My Movie Rating: 7 / 10
Road to Perdition (2002)
Riveting, but grim.My Movie Rating: 9 / 10
The Road (2009)
From all the talk and reviews I knew I was in for a rough ride. But distressing as the film is, I was heartened by the genuine tenderness between the boy and his father. Kodi is beautiful and an incredible young actor. Viggo Mortensen was also impressive.
Now I just HAVE to see 'Let Me In.'My Movie Rating: 9 / 10
A nice visual treat. The way it captures the sense of place you can almost feel the heat of the sun and warm saltwater around your feet.My Movie Rating: 8 / 10
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